Maz has extensive experience in complex civil litigation matters, representing clients in both federal and state courts. A significant portion of his practice involves employment law and includes providing major national corporations with oversight and defense of their employment litigation. Much of that entails early and quick evaluation and resolution of claims or lawsuits by private mediation. He also defends companies on housing discrimination, sexual harassment, and a wide variety of wrongful termination, discrimination and retaliation claims. Maz also represents national youth organizations and private schools throughout New England on negligence claims involving sexual abuse. Maz has tried dozens of cases involving premises liability, liquor liability, construction litigation, environmental litigation, sexual abuse litigation, product liability, and other complex litigation.
A native of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Maz obtained both his B.A. and J.D. from Marquette University. During law school, he served as the Executive Editor of both the Marquette Law Review and the Journal of the National Sports Law Institute. He published a Comment in the Marquette Law Review on Rule 11 sanctions in the Seventh Circuit. He also published an article in the Illinois Bar Journal on obscenity law. While in law school, Maz interned for Judge John L. Coffey of the United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit. At graduation, Maz was honored with the Dean's Award for Outstanding Service to the Law School and Profession.
Maz continues to be an active contributor to legal scholarship. He recently published articles with the Massachusetts Bar Association and the National Retail and Restaurant Defense Association. Maz is also a frequent speaker for national insurance companies and insurance trade associations on topics such as early mediation, employment law, and defense of sexual abuse cases. He has also lectured for the national Non-Profit Risk Management Institute in Washington, D.C.
Maz is a Fellow of the Litigation Counsel of America, an invitation-only national trial lawyer honorary society. He was also elected a Member of the Federation of Defense & Corporate Counsel after an extensive peer review selection process. Maz has been consistently recognized by Massachusetts, New England, and national Super Lawyers which are annual listings of outstanding lawyers who have attained a high-degree of peer recognition and professional achievement.
Maz volunteers at Justice Bridge, mentoring recent law school graduates who are providing legal representation to individuals of modest means. He is also an avid college and professional sports fan and loves his Green Bay Packers and Boston Red Sox.